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Russia LTE consortium raises competition concerns - report

Thursday 4 August 2011 | 16:11 CET | News
Russian anti-monopoly regulator FAS intends to check why access to the LTE consortium has been restricted for smaller operators, reports RBC Daily. Operators Tele2 Russia, Smarts and TTK asked to join the consortium, but only two of their six letters have been answered. The LTE consortium was formed by the operators MTS, Megafon, Vimpelcom and Rostelecom, which are working with Yota to build a joint LTE network.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: MegaFon / MTS / Rostelecom / Smarts / TTK / Vimpelcom
Countries: Russian Federation
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